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Kinnoull, Earl of (S, 1633)

 

Creation: let. pat. 25 May 1633

 

Family name: Hay later Hay-Drummond later Hay

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Arms:

Quarterly:  1st and 4th grandquarterly:  quarterly:  1st and 4th, Azure an Unicorn salient Argent armed armed maned and unguled Or within a Bordure of the last charged with eight Half Thistles Vert and as many Half roses Gules joined together per pale (Coat of Augmentation for Kinnoull);  2nd and 3rd, Argent three Escutcheons two and one Gules (Hay);  2nd and 3rd grandquarterly:  quarterly:  1st and 4th, Or three Bars wavy Gules surmounted of a Scimitar in pale Argent (Drummond);  2nd and 3rd, Or a Lion's Head erased within a Double Tressure flory counterflory Gules (Coat of Augmentation for Strathallan)

Crest:

A Countryman couped at the knees vested Grey his waistcoat Gules and bonnet Azure bearing on his right shoulder an Ox Yoke proper

Supporters:

On either side a Countryman habited as the Crest, the dexter holding over his shoulder the Coulter, and the sinister the Paddle of a Plough proper

Motto:

Renovate Animos (Renew your courage)

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Peter Hay, 4th of Megginch

1st son and heir of Peter Hay, 3rd of Megginch, by his wife Margaret Crichton, dau. of John Crichton of Ruthven

born

mar.

c. 12 May 1554 Margaret Ogilvie, dau. of Sir Patrick Ogilvie of Inchmartin

children

1. Patrick Hay, 5th of Megginch, mar. (1) Isabel Boyson, dau. and cohrss. of Patrick Boyson of Pitcullane, and (2) Elizabeth Cheyne, dau. of Patrick Cheyne of Essilmont

2. Peter Hay of Kirkland, 6th of Megginch (d. c. 29 May 1629), mar. Margaret Boyd, and had issue:

1a. John Hay (dvp. after 1613)

2a. George Hay of Kirkland (d. c. 11 Aug 1632), mar. after 17 Feb 1618 Isobel Rollock, dau. of William Rollock of Balbegie, and had issue

3a. Francis Hay of Balhousie and Rattray (d. c. 1654), mar. (1) 2 Jul 1618 Janet Halyburton, dau. of James Halyburton of Essie, and (2) after 26 Apr 1637 Elspeth Oliphant, 1st dau. of John Oliphant of Bachilton, and had issue by his first wife:

1b. George Hay of Balhousie (d. Oct 1672), mar. 28 Apr 1656 Marion Nicolson (bur. 15 Jul 1663), dau. of Sir Thomas Nicolson, Lord Advocate, and had issue:

1c. Francis Hay of Balhousie (b. 28 Feb 1658 ; d. Jan 1675)

2c. Thomas Hay, later 1st Viscount of Dupplin later 7th Earl of Kinnoull

3c. George Hay (d. Dec 1683)

2b. Francis Hay (bapt. 1 Aug 1633)

1b. Janet Hay

2b. Katherine Hay

3b. Beatrice Hay (d. 1670), mar. 1652 George Hay of Megginch (d. 1670)

4b. Rebecca Hay, mar. George Oliphant, son of John Oliphant of Bachilton

4a. Thomas Hay (d. after 1632)

5a. Patrick Hay of Rattray (d. 26 Mar 1640), mar. Jean Ogilvy (d. 26 Mar 1640)

1a. Agnes Hay, mar. David Rattray of Craighall

2a. ..... Hay, mar. Sir Andrew Fletcher of Innerpeffer, a Lord of Session

3. George Hay, later 1st Viscount of Dupplin later 1st Earl of Kinnoull

1. Janet Hay, mar. Andrew Gray of Balledgarno

2. Elizabeth Hay (d. 1 Apr 1600), mar. (1) after 18 Apr 1587 Gilbert Gray of Bandirran, and (2) William Rollock of Balbegie

3. Katherine Hay, mar. William Kynman of Hill

died

10 Sep 1596

 

George [Hay], 1st Viscount of Dupplin later 1st Earl of Kinnoull, PC

bapt.

4 Dec 1570

mar.

bef. 15 Nov 1595 Margaret Ogilvie (widow of Patrick Ogilvie, Yr. of Inchmartin;  d. 4 Apr 1633), dau. of Sir James Halyburton of Pitcur

children

1. Hon George Hay, later 2nd Earl of Kinnoull

1. Lady Margaret Hay (d. bef. 16 Aug 1650), mar. after 19 Aug 1620 Alexander [Lindsay], 2nd Lord Spynie, and had issue

died

16 Dec 1634

created

4 May 1627 Lord Hay of Kinfauns and Viscount of Dupplin, with remainder to the heirs male of his body

25 May 1633 Lord Hay of Kinfauns, Viscount of Dupplin and Earl of Kinnoull, with remainder to his heirs male for ever

suc. by

son

note

introduced to the Scottish court by his cousin James [Hay], 1st Earl of Carlisle; a Gentleman of the Bedchamber 1596; granted the lands of Northcliff 1600; knighted 1609; a Gentleman of the Privy Chamber 1612; Lord Clerk Register 1612-22; a Lord of Session 1616 ; Privy Councillor [S] 1622; Lord Chancellor of Scotland 1622-34

 

George [Hay], 2nd Earl of Kinnoull

born

mar.

aft. 7 Sep 1622 Lady Anne Douglas (bur. 6 Dec 1667), 1st dau. of William [Douglas], 7th Earl of Morton, by his wife Lady Agnes Keith, 1st dau. of George [Keith], 4th Earl Marischal

children

1. Hon George Hay, later 3rd Earl of Kinnoull

2. Hon William Hay, later 4th Earl of Kinnoull

3. Hon James Hay, mar., and had issue

1. Lady Mary Hay (d. 10 Nov 1701), mar. 6 Feb 1662 her second cousin once removed George [Keith], 7th Earl Marischal, and had issue

2. Lady Catharine Hay (d. 11 Jan 1733), mar. 16 Feb 1670 James Baird, Yr. of Auchmeddon (dvp. 1681), and had issue

died

5 Oct 1644

suc. by

son

note

Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard 1632-35 ; Privy Councillor [S]; a supporter of King Charles I in the Civil War

 

George [Hay], 3rd Earl of Kinnoull

born

died

s.p. about 20 Nov 1649

suc. by

brother

note

an active supporter of the King under the Marquess of Montrose

 

William [Hay], 4th Earl of Kinnoull

born

mar. (1)

Lady Mary Brudenell (bapt. 7 Jan 1636; dsp. 1665), dau. of Robert [Brudenell], 2nd Earl of Cardigan, by his first wife Hon Mary Constable, 1st dau. of Henry [Constable], 1st Viscount of Dunbar

mar. (2)

Lady Catherine Cecil (d. bef. 24 Nov 1683), 1st dau. and cohrss. of Hon Sir Charles Cecil, styled Viscount Cranborne (by his wife Lady Diana Maxwell, 2nd dau. and cohrss. of James [Maxwell], 1st Earl of Dirletoun), 1st son and heir ap. of William [Cecil], 2nd Earl of Salisbury

children by second wife

1. Hon George Hay, later 5th Earl of Kinnoull

2. Hon William Hay, later 7th Earl of Kinnoull

bur.

28 Mar 1677

suc. by

son by second wife

note

joined the Royalists under the Marquess of Montrose 1644; taken prisoner and imprisoned in Edinburgh Castle, from where he escaped in 1654 but was re-captured a few months later; inherited Barbados from his cousin James [Hay], 2nd Earl of Carlisle, 1660, and sold the island to the Crown in return for an annual pension the next year

 

George [Hay], 5th Earl of Kinnoull

born

died

s.p. 1687

suc. by

brother

note

served in the Imperial Army against the Turks

 

William [Hay], 6th Earl of Kinnoull

born

died

s.p. 10 May 1709

suc. by

third cousin

note

surrendered his titles and had a regrant 24 Feb 1704 with the former precedence to himself for life with remainder to his cousin, Thomas [Hay], 1st Viscount Dupplin, and the heirs male of his body, failing whom to his heirs of tailzie

 

Thomas [Hay], 1st Viscount of Dupplin later 7th Earl of Kinnoull

born

c. 1660

mar.

after 20 Dec 1683 Hon Margaret Drummond (d. 21 Mar 1695/6), dau. and eventual sole hrss. of William [Drummond], 1st Viscount of Strathallan, by his wife Elizabeth Johnston, dau. of Sir Archibald Johnston of Warriston

children

1. Hon George Henry Hay, later 1st Baron Hay later 8th Earl of Kinnoull

2. Hon William Hay (d. c. 1711)

3. Hon John Hay of Cromlix, took part in the 1715 Rising, attainted 1716, cr. by the titular King James III 5 Oct 1718 Lord Cromlix and Erne, Viscount of Innerpeffry and Earl of Inverness, with remainder to heirs male of his body, 3 Apr 1727 Baron Hay, and 4 Apr 1727 Duke of Inverness, Acting Jacobite Secretary of State 1724-27 (b. 1691; dsp. 24 Sep 1740), mar. after 2 Jun 1715 Hon Marjory Murray, 3rd dau. of David [Murray], 5th Viscount of Stormont, by his wife Marjory Scott, only child by his first wife of David Scott of Scotstarvet

1. Lady Margaret Hay (b. 30 Sep 1686; d. 25 Apr 1707), mar. 6 Apr 1703 as his first wife John [Erskine], 22nd and de jure 6th Earl of Mar, and had issue

2. Lady Elizabeth Hay (d. c. 1723), mar. c. 1710 as his first wife James [Ogilvy], 5th Earl of Findlater, and had issue

died

5 Jan 1719

created

31 Dec 1697 Viscount of Dupplin, with remainder to the heirs male of his body, failing which to his heirs of entail

suc. by

son

note

Member of Parliament (Tory) for Perthshire 1693-97; a Commissioner for the Union of England and Scotland; a Representative Peer for Scotland 1710-14; imprisoned in Edinburgh Castle on suspicion of supporting the 1715 Rising

 

George Henry [Hay], 1st Baron Hay later 8th Earl of Kinnoull

born

23 Jun 1689

mar.

c. 1 Sep 1709 Lady Abigail Harley (d. 16 Jul 1750), 2nd dau. of Robert [Harley], 1st Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer, by his first wife Edith Foley, 1st dau. of Thomas Foley, of Whitley Court, co. Worcester

children

1. Hon Thomas Hay, later 9th Earl of Kinnoull

2. Hon and Most Rev Robert Hay later Hay-Drummond of Cromlix and Innerpeffray, Bishop of St Asaph 1748, Bishop of Salisbury 1761, Archbishop of York 1761-76 (b. 10 Nov 1711; d. 10 Dec 1776), mar. 31 Jan 1748 Henrietta Auriol (d. 22 Apr 1763), dau. of Peter Auriol, of Coleman Street, London, merchant, and had issue:

1a. Robert Auriol Hay-Drummond, later 10th Earl of Kinnoull

2a. Thomas Hay-Drummond (b. 7 Aug 1752; dvp. 7 Apr 1773)

3a. Lt Col Peter Auriol Hay-Drummond (b. 21 Jan 1754; dsp. 21 Mar 1799), mar. 28 Dec 1775 Mary Bridget Milnes (b. c. 1755; mar. (2) 9 May 1803 as his second wife Robert [Monckton-Arundell], 4th Viscount Galway ; dsp. 15 Nov 1835), only dau. and hrss. of Pemberton Milnes, of Bawtry Hall, co. York, by his wife Jane Slater, dau. of Dr Adam Slater

4a. Cdr John Auriol Hay-Drummond RN (b. 4 Jul 1756; dsp. 11 Oct 1780)

5a. Very Rev Edward Auriol Hay-Drummond, Dean of Bocking and Rector of Hadleigh (b. 10 Apr 1758; d. 30 Dec 1829), mar. (1) 12 Dec 1782 Elizabeth (d. 14 Feb 1790), dau. of William, Count de Vismes, and had issue:

1b. Edward William Auriol Hay-Drummond later Drummond-Hay, Principal Clerk Lyon Office, Consul-General for Morocco (b. 4 Apr 1785; d. Feb 1845), mar. 14 Dec 1812 Louisa Margaret Thomson (d. 5 Feb 1869), dau. of John Thomson, and had issue:

1c. Sir Edward Hay Drummond-Hay, of South Hill, Southwell, co. Nottingham (b. 4 Mar 1815; d. 24 Jan 1844), mar. (1) 1 Sep 1838 Sarah Laura Livingston (d. 23 Apr 1868), 2nd dau. of Lt Col James Livingston, and (2) 27 Jan 1869 Alice Watts (mar. (2) Dec 1886 Henry John Maxwell Foot; d. 5 Feb 1935), dau. of Edward Watts, of Hythe, co. Kent, and had issue by his first wife:

1d.Rev Frederic Drummond-Hay, Vicar of Rolleston, co. Nottingham, 1865-86, Incumbent St John, Inverness, 1886-91, and Vicar of Neston, co. Wiltshire, 1891-96 (b. 7 Jul 1839; d. 14 Oct 1922), mar. (1) 27 Jun 1865 Elizabeth Ann Matthews (d. 24 Apr 1878), yst. dau. of Robert Matthews, of Taplow, co. Buckingham, (2) 20 Apr 1880 Emma Fraser Wilkins (d. 27 May 1914), 1st dau. of George Dashwood Wilkins, and (3) 29 Oct 1919 Bridget Downing Bowles Gardiner (widow of Rev George Edward Gardiner; d. 13 Oct 1929), and had issue by his first wife:

1e. Frederic Edward Drummond-Hay (b. 23 Jul 1868; d. 6 Sep 1948), mar. (1) 1893 Mary Elizabeth Stone (d, 22 Jan 1904), dau. of H Stone, and (2) 10 Feb 1909 Amy Boston, dau. of Francis William Boston, of Croydon, co. Surrey, and had issue by his first wife:

1f. Frederick Henry Drummond-Hay (b. 14 Nov 1893; d. 19...)

2f. Lieut Edward de Vismes Drummond-Hay RN (b. 1 Dec 1896; dvp. 12 May 1920)

1f. Laura Mary Gertrude Drummond-Hay (b. 19 Apr 1895; d. 19...), mar. 28 May 1919 Frederick Benjamin Nicol (d. 3 Dec 1858), and had issue

2e. Robert Drummond-Hay (b. 14 Feb 1870; d. 1907), mar. 1895 Gertrude Agatha Forbutt (d. 10 Jul 1924), dau. of Thomas Forbutt, and had issue:

1f. Robert Augustin Tudor Drummond-Hay (b. 1897; d. 19...)

2f. Geoffrey Francis Drummond-Hay (b. 1898 ; d. 19...), mar. 1936 Margaret Fenlon (d. 1959), and had issue:

1g. Peter Drummond-Hay, of Up Berrick, Berrick Salome, Wallingford, co. Oxford (b. 1943), mar. (1) 1966 (div. 1972) Carolyn Macdonald, of Kansas, USA, and has issue:

1h. Samantha Drummond-Hay (b. 1966)

Peter Drummond-Hay mar. (2) 1972 (div. 1995) Celia Humphries, and (3) 2002 Julie Margaret White, and has further issue by his second wife:

1h. Luke Drummond-Hay (b. 1974)

1g. Alison Drummond-Hay (b. 1946), mar. 1968 Keith Wills, and has issue

3f. Ernest Patrick Drummond-Hay later Hay (b. 1900; d. 1988), mar. 1930 Elsie May Baldwin (d. 1973), and had issue

1f. Barbara Nay Gertrude Drummond-Hay (b. 1904; d. 19...), mar. 1938 Peter Drummond-Hay, of South Africa, son of James Chapman Drummond-Hay, and had issue

2f. Veronica Florence Muriel Aileen Drummond-Hay (b. 1907; d. 19...), mar. 1926 Alfred Camacho (d. 1964), and had issue

3e. John Tudor Drummond-Hay (b. 11 May 1876 ; d. 19...)

4e. William Charles Drummond-Hay (b. 23 Apr 1878; dvp. 7 Jan 1906)

1e. Mary Laura Drummond-Hay (d. 27 Aug 1924), mar. 24 Jun 1895 William James White Nicol, and had issue

2e. Elizabeth Drummond-Hay (d. 19...), mar. 1898 Surgn-Rear Admiral Herbert Lloyd Penny OBE (d. 18 Jul 1945), and had issue

2d. Lieut Edward Drummond-Hay (b. 17 Sep 1841; d. 31 Dec 1862)

2c. Rt Hon Sir John Hay Drummond-Hay GCMG KCB, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Morocco 1880-66 (b. 1 Jun 1816; d. 27 Nov 1893), mar. 7 Oct 1845 Annette Adelaide Christina Carstensen, 2nd dau. of J A Carstensen, Danish Consul-General in Morocco, and had issue

3c. Col Thomas Robert Hay Drummond-Hay (b. 22 Nov 1821; d. 24 Oct 1883), mar. (1) 3 Nov 1853 Louisa Thomson (d. 8 Apr 1857), dau. of Ringler Thomson, and (2) 17 Dec 1861 Theresa Ann Augusta Duncombe (d. 22 Apr1902), 1st dau. of Francis Harold Duncombe, and had issue by both wives

4c. George William Drummond-Hay (b. 23 Apr 1827; dsp. 18...)

5c. Sir Francis Ringler Drummond-Hay, Consul-General in Tripoli 1865-90 (b. 31 Mar 1830; d. 2 Jun 1905), mar. 1858 Margherita Paola ..... (d. 26 Oct 1904), and had issue

6c. James de Vismes Drummond-Hay CB, Consul in Valparaiso (b. 6 Nov 1834; d. 16 Jan 1886), mar. (1) 1854 Caroline Molinaris (d. 1 Aug 1872), (2) 1873 Emily Louisa Price (d. 29 Oct 1877), dau. of R Evans Price, and (3) 27 Mar 1884 Annie Munro, 1st dau. of Henry Hugh Munro, of Lisbon, Portugal, and had issue by each of his wives

1c. Louisa Drummond-Hay, mar. 26 Nov 1838 G C A Norderling (d. 1847), and had issue

2c. Elizabeth Catherine Drummond-Hay (d. 15 Feb 1911), mar. 1 May 1840 William Greenwood Chapman (d. 23 Jun 1884), and had issue

3c. Theodosia Drummond-Hay (d. 20 Jun 1885), mar. 29 Jun 1844 Pierre Victor Mauboussin, French Consul-General in Shanghai (d. 1863)

4c. Henrietta Auriol Drummond-Hay (d. 21 Mar 1868), mar. 9 Jul 1851 Henry Chandos-Pole-Gell (d. 31 Oct 1902), and had issue

1b. Henrietta Auriol Hay-Drummond (d. 1832), mar. 1831 Rev Morgan Watkins

The Very Rev Edward Hay-Drummond mar. (2) Amelia Auriol, dau. of James Auriol, and had further issue

2b. Amelia Auriol Drummond-Hay, mar. 3 Sep 1812 Ven Dr George Wilkins DD, Archdeacon of Nottingham (d. 13 Aug 1865)

3b. Charlotte Auriol Drummond-Hay (d. 13 Sep 1875), mar. (1) 1835 Rev Edward Lewis, Rector of Llanbedr, co. Brecon, and (2) 5 Jul 1864 Rev Thomas Jones, also Rector of Llanbedr, co. Brecon

6a. Rev Canon George William Auriol Hay-Drummond, Vicar of Bowmarsh, co. York (b. 13 Mar 1761; d. 6 Dec 1807), mar. (1) 12 Apr 1785 Elizabeth Margaret Marshall (d. 15 Feb 1798), dau. of Capt Sir Samuel Marshall RN, and (2) 18 Oct 1800 Maria Birbank, dau. of John Birbank, and had issue by both wives

3.Hon Edward Hay, Minister at Lisbon 1757, Governor of Barbados 1772-79 (b. 1722; d. 30 Dec 1829), mar. (1) 1752 Mary Flower (d. 11 Oct 1775), dau. of Peter Flower, and (2) 24 Jun 1779 Mary Harbourne Barnwell, and had issue by his first wife

1. Lady Mary Hay (d. 26 Aug 1805), mar. 5 Aug 1758 Rt Rev John Hume DD, Bishop of Oxford and Salisbury

died

29 Jul 1758

created

v.p. 31 Dec 1711 Baron Hay, of Pedwardine in the County of Hereford

suc. by

son

note

Member of Parliament (Tory) for Fowey 1710-11; a Teller of the Exchequer1711-14; imprisoned in the Tower of London on suspicion of supporting the 1715 Rising 1715-17; Ambassador to Constantinople 1729-34

 

Thomas [Hay], 9th Earl of Kinnoull, PC

born

4 Jun 1710

mar.

12 Jun 1741 Constantia Kyrle-Ernle (dsps. 29 Jun 1753), only dau. and hrss. of John Kyrle-Ernle, of Whetham, co. Wiltshire, by his wife Constantia Rolt, dau. of Sir Thomas Rolt, of Saccombe, co. Hertford

only child

1. Hon ..... Hay, styled Viscount Dupplin (dvp. an infant)

died

s.p.s. 27 Dec 1787

suc. by

nephew

note

Member of Parliament (Whig) for Cambridge 1741-58; a Commissioner of the Irish Revenue 1741-46; a Commissioner of Trade 1746; a Lord of the Treasury 1754-55;  Joint Paymaster of the Forces 1755-57; Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 1758-62; Recorder of Cambridge 1758-87; Privy Councillor 1758; Ambassador to Lisbon 1759-62; Chancellor of the University of St Andrews 1765-87

 

Robert Auriol [Hay-Drummond], 10th Earl of Kinnoull, PC

born

18 Mar 1751

mar. (1)

19 Apr 1779 Julia Eyre (dsp. 29 Mar 1780), only dau. of Anthony Eyre, of Grove, co. Nottingham

mar. (2)

3 Jun 1781 his third cousin Sarah Harley (b. 19 Oct 1760; d. 15 Feb 1837), 3rd dau. and cohrss. of Hon Thomas Harley MP, Lord Mayor of London 1767-68 (by his wife Anne Bangham, dau. of Edward Bangham MP), 3rd son of Edward [Harley], 3rd Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer

children by second wife

1. Hon Thomas Robert Hay-Drummond, later 11th Earl of Kinnoull

2. Hon Francis John Hay-Drummond of Cromlix (b. 17 Sep 1786; d. 28 Oct 1810)

1. Lady Henrietta Hay-Drummond (b. 1783;  d. 7 Oct 1854), mar. 28 Jun 1807 Henry Drummond MP, of Albury Park, co. Surrey (b. 4 Dec 1786 ; d. 20 Feb 1860), 1st son and heir of Henry Drummond, of Charing Cross, London, banker (by his wife Hon Anne Dundas, 2nd dau. by his first wife of Henry [Dundas], 1st Viscount Melville), only son and heir of Hon Henry Drummond MP (by his wife Lady Elizabeth Compton, sister of Spencer [Compton], 8th Earl of Northampton), son of William [Drummond], 4th Viscount of Strathallan, and had issue

2. Lady Sarah Maria Hay-Drummond (d. 11 Jul 1874), mar. 9 May 1811 Rt Rev George Murray DD, Bishop of Rochester (b. 12 Jan 1784; d. 16 Feb 1860), 1st surv. son of Rt Rev Lord George Murray DD, Bishop of St Davids (by his wife Anne Charlotte Grant, dau. of Lt Gen Francis Grant MP), 2nd son of John [Murray], 3rd Duke of Atholl, and had issue

died

12 Apr 1804

suc. by

son by second wife

note

Privy Councillor 1796; Lord Lyon King of Arms 1796-1804

 

Thomas Robert [Hay-Drummond], 11th Earl of Kinnoull

born

5 Apr 1785

mar.

17 Aug 1824 Louisa Burton Rowley (d. 6 Mar 1885), 2nd dau. of Adm Sir Charles Rowley, 1st Bt. GCB, of Hill House, by his wife Elizabeth King, 3rd dau. of Adm Sir Richard King, 1st Bt.

children

1. Hon George Hay-Drummond, later 12th Earl of Kinnoull

2. Capt Hon Robert Hay-Drummond of Cromlix and Innerpeffray (b. 25 Jul 1831; d. 1 Oct 1855)

3. Capt Hon Arthur Hay-Drummond later Drummond of Cromlix and Innerpeffray RN (b. 30 Mar 1833; dsp. 28 Jan 1900), mar. 10 Jul 1855 Katherine Louisa Derby (d. 22 Mar 1922), dau. of Cobbett Derby, of Horton, co. Buckingham

4. Col Hon Charles Rowley Hay-Drummond later Drummond of Cromlix and Innerpeffray (b. 10 Oct 1836; d. 23 May 1918), mar. 4 Feb 1858 Arabella Augusta Meyrick (d. 7 Apr 1899), yst. dau. of Col William Henry Meyrick by his wife Lady Laura Vane, 4th dau. by his first wife of William Henry [Vane], 1st Duke of Cleveland, and had issue:

1a. Lt Col Arthur William Henry Hay-Drummond later Drummond of Cromlix (b. 4 May 1862; d. 21 Jul 1953), mar. 24 Nov 1891 Mary Scott (d. 6 Jun 1948), yst. dau. of Sir Edward Henry Scott, 5th Bt., and had issue:

1b. Henry Vane Hay-Drummond (b. 1 Oct; dvp. 10 Oct 1892)

2b. Robert Vane Hay-Drummond (b. 7 Sep 1900; dvp. 1 Mar 1901)

3b. Capt George Vane Hay-Drummond (b. 30 Apr 1910; d. 1984), mar. 25 Feb 1933 Lady Betty Mary Seton Montgomerie (b. 8 May 1912; d. 15 Oct 1996), 3rd dau. of Archibald Seton [Montgomerie], 16th Earl of Eglinton, by his first wife Lady Beatrice Susan Dalrymple, 1st dau. of John Hew North Gustave Henry Hamilton [Dalrymple], 11th Earl of Stair, and had issue:

1c. Robert Vane Hay-Drummond (b. 16 Sep 1936; dsp. 23 Nov 1996), mar. 25 Jul 1959 Auriol Fyler Pares, 2nd dau. of Cdr George Martin Pares RN, of Aldworth, co. Berkshire

1c. Auriol Vane Hay-Drummond (b. 28 Oct 1933; d. 4 Apr 1999), mar. (1) 16 Nov 1957 (div. 1979) John Anthony Murray (d. 1 Nov 1996), only son of Maj William Henry Murray, and (2) 1984 John Strang Mackenzie Young (d. 1 Nov 1996), and had issue by her first husband

1b. Gwendoline Vane Hay-Drummond (b. 23 Mar 1894; dvp. 24 Feb 1942)

2b. Violet Vane Hay-Drummond (b. 7 Aug 1897; d. 9 Nov 1981), mar. 18 Dec 1920 (div. 1933) as his first wife Capt Sir Anthony Shaw-Lefevre-St John-Mildmay later St John-Mildmay, 8th Bt., MC, and had issue

3b. Evelyn Vane Hay-Drummond later Drummond of Cromlix (b. 25 Nov 1904; d. 23 Nov 1971), mar. 12 Sep 1925 her cousin Terence [Eden], 8th Baron Auckland, and had issue

2a. Maj Harry Claude Frederick Hay-Drummond (b. 18 Dec 1864; dsp. 26 Apr 1939), mar. 25 Jul 1889 Harriet Lepel Dorothea Sayer (dsp. 11 Jul 1922), yst. dau. of Capt Frederick Sayer

3a. Algernon Richard Francis Hay-Drummond OBE, King's Messenger 1919-35 (b. 19 May 1870 ; dsp. 1 Feb 1945), mar. 26 Jan 1904 Mary Verena Campbell Bald CBE, dau. of John Bald, of Kilgraston

1a. Evelyn Elisabeth Vane Hay-Drummond (d. 16 Jan 1938), mar. 6 Apr 1880 her cousin Sir Robert Drummond Moncreiffe of that Ilk, 8th Bt.

2a. Ida Agnes Vane Hay-Drummond (d. 28 Oct 1938), mar. 22 Sep 1885 Reginald West (d. 11 May 1921), 2nd son of Rt Hon Sir Algernon Edmund West GCB, and had issue

3a. Amy Violet Poulett Hay-Drummond (d. 10 Dec 1926), mar. 19 Apr 1888 Hon George Eden (b. 29 May 1861; d. 14 Jun 1924), 2nd son of William George [Eden], 4th Baron Auckland, by his first wife Lucy Walbanke Childers, yst. dau. of John Walbanke Childers, of Cantley, co. York, and had issue

4a. Maude Aline Hay-Drummond (b. 4 Feb 1872; d. 2 Feb 1941)

1. Lady Louisa Hay-Drummond (d. 4 Sep 1898), mar. 2 May 1843 Capt Sir Thomas Moncreiffe of that Ilk, 7th Bt., and had issue

2. Lady Sarah Hay-Drummond (b. 4 Dec 1828; dsp. 17 Feb 1859), mar. 23 Mar 1848 as his first wife Hugh [Cholmondeley], 2nd Baron Delamere

3. Lady Frances Hay-Drummond (d. 31 Jan 1886), mar. 19 Aug 1852 Col Richard Thomas Lloyd, of Aston Hall, Salop., and Chigwell, co. Essex (d. 4 Nov 1898), and had issue

4. Lady Elizabeth Hay-Drummond (d. 24 Feb 1902), mar. (1) 24 Apr 1856 Col Sir Frederick Leopold Arthur, 2nd Bt., and (2) Rev Canon Ernest Edward Dugmore, Vicar of Parkstone, co. Dorset (d. 10 Mar 1925), and had issue by her first husband

5. Lady Augusta Sophia Hay-Drummond (b. 13 Oct 1837; d. 23 Jul 1915), mar. 24 Apr 1856 John Fiennes [Twistleton later Twistleton-Wykeham-Fiennes], 11th Baron Saye and Sele, and had issue

died

18 Feb 1866

suc. by

son

note

Lord Lyon King of Arms 1804-66; Grand Master of Scottish Freemasons 1826-27; Lord Lieutenant of Perthshire 1830-66

 

George [Hay-Drummond later Hay], 12th Earl of Kinnoull

born

16 Jul 1827

mar.

20 Jul 1848 Lady Emily Blanche Charlotte Somerset (b. 26 Jan 1828; d. 27 Jan 1895), 1st dau. of Henry [Somerset], 7th Duke of Beaufort, by his second wife Emily Frances Smith, dau. of Charles Culling Smith

children

1. Hon George Robert Hay, styled Viscount Dupplin (b. 27 May 1849; dvp. and spm. 9 Mar 1886), mar. 4 Oct 1871 (div. 11 Jul 1876) Lady Agnes Cecil Emmeline Duff (b. 18 May 1852; mar. (2) 5 Aug 1877 Herbert Flower (b. c. 1852; d. 30 Dec 1880), and (3) 4 Jul 1882 Sir Alfred Cooper, of Whiting Bay, Isle of Arran; d. 11 Jan 1925), 4th dau. of James [Duff], 5th Earl Fife, by his wife Lady Agnes Georgiana Elizabeth Hay, 2nd dau. of William George [Hay], 17th Earl of Erroll, and had issue:

1a. Hon Agnes Blanche Marie Hay (b. 6 Dec 1873; d. 13 Dec 1938), mar. 21 Feb 1903 Baron Herbert von Hindeburg

2. Hon Francis George Hay, a Page of Honour to Queen Victoria (b. 29 May 1853; dvp. 11 Sep 1884)

3. Hon Archibald Fitzroy George Hay, later 13th Earl of Kinnoull

4. Capt Hon Alistair George Hay (b. 18 Apr 1861 ; d. 15 Apr 1929), mar. (1) 12 Jan 1890 (div. 1908) Hon Camilla Dagmar Violet Greville (mar. (2) 4 Jul 1911 Comte Hervé de Bernis, son of the Marquis de Bernis; d. 7 Jul 1938), 1st dau. of Algernon William Fulke [Greville-Nugent later Greville], 2nd Baron Greville, by his wife Lady Beatrice Violet Graham, 2nd dau. of James [Graham], 4th Duke of Montrose, and (2) 1909 Hyacinthe Farrer (d. 29 Jun 1938), yst. dau. of Capt John Farrer, of Roscrea, co. Tipperary, and had issue by his first wife:

1a. Auriol Camilla Sharlie Blanche Hay (b. 2 Jan 1893; d. 7 Sep 1930), mar. (1) 12 Mar 1917 Capt Rowland Noel Barran (d. 19 Mar 1919), and (2) 25 Feb 1924 Sir James Allan Horne (d. 3 Feb 1944), son of Arthur Horne, and had issue by her second husband

5. Hon Claude George Hay, Member of Parliament for Hoxton 1900-10 (b. 24 Jun 1862; d. 24 Oct 1920)

1. Lady Constance Blanche Louisa Hay (d. 21 Dec 1931), mar. 28 Oct 1880 Walter Henry Hadow (d. 15 Sep 1898), and had issue

2. Lady Celia Evangeline Constance Hay (d. 18 May 1868)

3. Lady Muriel Henrietta Constance Hay (d. 2 Jan 1927), mar. 3 Jun 1890 Prince Alexander Münster (d. 1922), son of Prince ..... Münster, German Ambassador to London, and had issue

died

31 Jan 1897

suc. by

son

 

Archibald Fitzroy George [Hay], 13th Earl of Kinnoull

born

20 Jun 1855

mar. (1)

13 Jul 1877 (div. 24 Jan 1885) Josephine Maria Hawke (b. c. 1858; d. 2 Dec 1900), 2nd dau. of John M Hawke, of Hans Place, London

only child by first wife

1. Hon Edmund Alfred Rollo George Hay, styled Viscount Dupplin (b. 12 Nov 1879; dvp. 30 May 1903), mar. 11 Feb 1901 Gladys Luiz Bacon (d. 28 Jan 1932), 2nd dau. of Anthony Harley Bacon, and had issue:

1a. Hon George Harley Hay, later 14th Earl of Kinnoull

mar. (2)

24 Jan 1903 Florence Mary Darell (mar. (2) 26 May 1919 Maj John Joseph Berington, of Ridgmount, Peaslake, co. Surrey;  d. 2 Jul 1941), 1st dau. of Edward Tierney Gilchrist Darell (by his second wife Florence Broadwood, widow of Thomas Broadwood, of Holmbush, co. Sussex, and dau. of William Johnson, of London), 2nd son by his second wife of Rev Sir William Lionel Darell, 4th Bt.

children by second wife

2. Hon Edward Hay (b. 29 Jun 1906; d. an infant)

3. Hon FitzRoy Hay (b. 29 Jun 1906; d. an infant)

1. Lady Elizabeth Blanche Mary Hay (b. 24 Dec 1903; d. 19...), mar. (1) 15 Apr 1925 (div. 1935) Peter Stanley Chappell, only son of Thomas Stanley Chappell, of Moreton Morell, co. Warwick, (2) 23 May 1935 (div. 1945) Douglas William Ernest Gordon (d. 1951), and (3) 1945 William Herbert Shelley Dent MC, only son of Herbert Dent, of Canton, China, and had issue by her first husband

2. Lady Margaret Florence Grace Hay (b. 2 Oct 1907; d. 12 Jun 1976), mar. 26 Feb 1929 (div. 1942) Norman Francis William Haliburton D'Arcy, son of Frank D'Arcy, and had issue

died

7 Feb 1916

suc. by

grandson

 

George Harley [Hay], 14th Earl of Kinnoull

born

30 Mar 1902

mar. (1)

15 Dec 1923 (div. 1 Nov 1927) Enid Margaret Hamlyn Fellowes, only child of Maj Ernest Gaddesden Fellowes, of Tangley Park, Guildford, co. Surrey, by his wife Margaret Hamilton Wills, 2nd dau. of Sir Frederick Wills, 1st Bt., of Northmoor, co. Somerset

only child by first wife

1. Hon Henry George Adam Hay, styled Viscount Dupplin (b. 23 Nov 1924; dvp. 7 Mar 1925)

mar. (2)

6 Jun 1928 Mary Ethel Isobel Meyrick (d. 15 Dec 1938), dau. of Dr Ferdinand Richard Holmes Meyrick, of Kensington Court, London, by his wife Kate ....., a notorious keeper of night clubs

children by second wife

2. Hon ..... Hay, styled Viscount Dupplin (b. 9 May 1931; dvp. 19 May 1931)

3. Hon Arthur William George Patrick Hay, later 15th Earl of Kinnoull

1. Lady Venetia Constance Kathleen Luz Hay, mar. 1953 Maj Joseph Trevor Davies, of Old School Court, Folkestone, co. Kent, and has issue

2. Lady June Anne Hay, mar. 7 May 1955 Cranley Gordon Douglas [Onslow], Baron Onslow of Woking (Life Peer), and has issue

died

18 Mar 1938

suc. by

son by second wife

 

(Arthur) William George Patrick [Hay], 15th Earl of Kinnoull

born

26 Mar 1935

mar.

1 Jun 1961 Gay Anne Lowson, 1st dau. of Sir Denys Colquhoun Flowerdew Lowson, 1st Bt., Lord Mayor of London 1950-51, by his wife Hon Ann Patricia Macpherson, 2nd dau. of James Ian [Macpherson], 1st Baron Strathcarron

children

1. Hon Charles William Harley Hay, later 16th Earl of Kinnoull

1. Lady Melissa Ann Hay (b. 25 Sep 1964)

2. Lady Iona Charlotte Hay (b. 15 Oct 1967), mar. 12 Jul 1997 Charles T M Ind, 1st son of Dr John Ind, of Chelsea, London, and has issue

3. Lady Atlanta Rose Hay (b. 25 Sep 1974)

died

7 Jun 2013

suc. by

son

 

Charles William Harley [Hay], 16th Earl of Kinnoull

born

20 Dec 1962

mar.

15 Jun 2002 Catharine Clare Crawford (b. 26 Feb 1968), 2nd dau. of His Honour Judge William Crawford, of Dalgonar, co. Dumfries, by his wife Marilyn Jean Colville, 2nd dau. of John Millar Colville

children

1. Hon William Hay, styled Viscount Dupplin (b. 24 Jun 2011)

1. Hon Alice Hay (b. 25 Sep 2003)

2. Hon Catriona Hay (b. 25 Sep 2003)

3. Hon Auriol Hay (b. 15 Mar 2007)

 

 Last updated 27 Aug 2013

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Titles:

16th Earl of Kinnoull

(Scotland, let. pat. 25 May 1633)

16th Viscount of Dupplin

(Scotland, let. pat. 4 May 1627, 25 May 1633 & 31 Dec 1697)

16th Lord Hay of Kinfauns

(Scotland, let. pat. 4 May 1627 & 25 May 1633)

9th Baron Hay, of Pedwardine in the County of Hereford

(Great Britain, let. pat. 31 Dec 1711)

 

Addresses:

59 Scarsdale Villas, London W8

Pitkindle House, Abemyte, Perthshire

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